Keeping warm while working in union county No doubt about it, winter has arrived.Temperatures barely reached 20 degrees fahrenheit this afternoon and, with the wind blowing at 20 mph, gusting to 28 mph, the wind chill was 3 degrees fahrenheit. Until school let out, streets were pretty much deserted this afternoon, except for folks walking their dogs. In summit, on hobart avenue, the sound of an air compressor broke party dresses australia cheap through the silence, punctuated by a nail gun firing on the attic level of a building still under construction. At the summit jewish community center, joe natkie rode down from the top of the addition to the building and stepped off the platform ready to pick up another piece of metal panel used as siding.He said he was wearing"Five layers on top, plus a sweatshirt and a jacket and three layers on the bottom. "And, yes, he had on wool socks. He works for primco and said they put in an eighthour day, with a 30minute lunch break. "If it gets colder than this, i go in to warm up. "Otherwise, he works until lunch, takes his break, then continues. Construction workers aren't the only folks who have to be out in the cold. Helen malina of new providence was wearing one of those reflective jackets and carrying a"Stop"Sign at the corner of spriingfield avenue and south street in new providence.A substitute crossing guard, she has only been on the job since jan.4, but said she has been working pretty steadily. When it's this cold,"Most of the parents are driving their children"To and from school, she said.She had on a turtleneck, a wool pullover sweater, a fleece jacket and a winter jacket with a hood under her official jacket.She was wearing heavy wool pants, no long underwear, and lined mittens over her gloves.She put on two pair of socks under her wellused timberland boots that she wore hiking down to the bottom of the grand canyon.All in all, she said she was comfortable and ready for the students to arrive. Former nj transit conductors charlie cellini of chatham township and mike ferlise of new providence were warming up a small yellow bus belonging to the connection for women and children in summit.Ferlise, who is a driver for the new providence seniors, is a driver in training for the connection.Cellini said once the bus was warm,"We'll leave partyesforwomen to go pick up kids and take them to their programs"At the connection.